The next generation of consoles are almost upon us, so now, which one to choose? What are the strengths and weaknesses of these two machines? What are the new features that separate them from the last generation of consoles?
Luckily we convinced Jess Brohard to come on the show to set us straight.
Growing up in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio, Jess had always dreamed of working in the gaming industry – so her job at Curse is a dream come true! She currently serves as an on-camera host and video producer for the company, so she gets to spend all day every day talking about video games and coming up with new ways to share her passion for gaming with the Curse audience.
When you are hiking for 2000 miles, you might think you would be the farthest thing away from technology, but Becky Cohen is here to explain otherwise. A Pacific Coast Trail veteran, she will discuss some different ways that technology can augment your normal pack.
Becky has been working in the social responsibility and renewable energy fields since graduating from the University of Vermont in 2010. Most recently, she was awarded a scholarship from the Flying Ryan Hawks Foundation to hike the Pacific Crest Trail with her partner, Luke Neumann. She hiked the 2,660 mile trail running from Mexico to Canada in just under 5 months and is a recent transplant to the Bay Area.
Join us and Joel Denton this week as we discuss how technology will play a role in healthcare as Affordable Care Act moves into effect.
Joel’s world is a combination of the cutting edge and the traditional. For aptitude, a healthcare software company, he works on some of the most innovative technology in the healthcare space – but in his spare time he enjoys working on more tactile projects in his wood shop.
Before joining aptitude, he was a key technology player at VHA since 1997, where he served for seven years as a consultant and nine as an employee. He was the technology lead on VHA’s first-ever web application, helped found the enterprise architecture team and created the domain models for all the key entities at VHA, including membership, suppliers, products, contracts and pricing.
In today’s technology based world, individuals are increasingly concerned with how to stay employed and how to be employable in the future. If this is you, then keep in mind the mentality that, as your job changes you also must change. Job descriptions are changing every day and the job you want today might list some unfamiliar skills tomorrow. Don’t be intimidated, but prepare yourself for the next big change in your field. You’ll begin to realize that acquiring some technical skills can go a long way and expand your employability.
Dr. Tracey Wilen-Daugenti is a leading thought leader on career development. She is the author of ten books, a regular media contributor, and global speaker. She is a key advisor for recruiting and outplacement firms. Her most recent book is Women Lead: Career Perspectives from Workplace Leaders. Tracey is a visiting scholar at Stanford University Media X program, researching the impact of technology on future careers.
Cloud computing expert and chief technology officer of IT monitoring company ScienceLogic will explore the concept of the ‘hyper cloud’ and how it will impact the enterprise.
Industry expert Antonio Piraino guides ScienceLogic’s IT management vision and product strategy as chief technology officer. Antonio has 15 years of IT experience in sectors ranging from telecommunications to software development, and was previously an analyst at Tier 1 Research. As an analyst he conducted in-depth research and analysis on the cloud computing, data center and hosting technology industries.
Learn about iOS 7 and the new iPhone 5s and 5c with our guest Tony Bradley.
Tony is a principal analyst with Bradley Strategy Group. He is a consultant, speaker, and prolific writer with a focus on technology from a business perspective. Tony has established a reputation for being able to translate “tech speak” into plain English, and for helping customers navigate trends in technology. He has been a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) for more than a decade, and he has been recognized by Microsoft as an MVP (Most Valuable Professional) for seven consecutive years.